long as you drink in moderation, there should be nothing to worry (unless your
doctor asks you to completely avoid alcohol in case if you have severe
gastritis). No evidence confirms that a few drinks per week can impair
fertility. But the story is different for heavy drinking!
to a Swedish study in 2004, women who drink more than 1 drink per day may have
an increased risk of having ovulation disorders. Also, alcohol can hurt the stomach lining,
making your gastritis take longer to relieve!
of physical activity (sedentary lifestyle) carries a number of consequences,
including decreased fertility. In contrast, keeping active is a good way to
make you more fertile. Working out can help keep you healthy, strong, slim, and
have full of energy – which are so vital when you’re trying to conceive.
it’s important to exercise moderately, because exercising too much could be
counterproductive. Extreme exercise will carry negative impact on your
ovulation, making it irregularly. So again, moderation is the key.
also important to keep yourself from exposure to any bad things from
environment that may impair your fertility. For examples; excessive exposure to
pesticides, pollutants, or industrial compounds!
to a comprehensive review released in Environmental Health perspectives (2013),
exposure to those harmful chemicals may cause a decline in chances of having
children by about 29 percent.